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Physical and Chemical Properties   Tags: chemistry  

A guide to NDSU-provided and free online resources that contain physical and chemical property data.
Last Updated: Aug 20, 2015 URL: http://guides.lib.ndsu.nodak.edu/content.php?pid=328657 Print Guide RSS Updates

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The purpose of this guide is to assist NDSU students and researchers in finding chemical data. Use the tabs on the top of the guide to navigate to pages on finding 1) physical and chemical properties and 2) spectra and spectral data of substances. This guide points to print and electronic resources available through the NDSU Libraries as well as trusted online sources of chemical data.

For additional help locating chemical data, please contact Carolyn Mead, Physical Sciences and Engineering Librarian.

 

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Is there a full-text article or book you need but the Library doesn’t own it?  You can get them through Interlibrary Loan!

Interlibrary Loan provides NDSU faculty, staff, and students access to the collections of local, regional, and national libraries. Articles are delivered electronically to your email and books can be picked up at the Main Library or any of the branches.

Questions? Contact Interlibrary Loan at 701-231-8885.

 

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